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You could try out Sinus . It's not as great as Siri, but you can give it a try. The App is free.
I do not think that it is possible. The notes app buries files deep in the mobile documents folder on the desktop. I believe it uses some sort of IMAP protocol.
The process may be complicated, but I would start by using Apple Maps to search for your business name, your personal name and then see what data sources might be feeding Apple's combined map services. The current list of data that I see feeding maps when I tap the information button on my iPhone and then tap "Data from tom-tom, others..." ...
There are two possible scenarios: 1) The person searching for your phone number knows you and has your information stored in their iPhone already. Siri will always look first into a person's contacts when asked to "Call X". If the person searching only has your home number, it will go ahead and call that number. This will override any public information ...
It sounds like what is happening is that people are using Siri to search the web for your name, "Phone number for Doctor John Smith?" or some such. If that is indeed what you are referring to then what is happening is Siri is using Bing or Google to search for you by name and it just so happens that your home number shows up in the search results before ...
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